I want to take the time in this blog post to say that I am having fun with fashion photography and fine art composites, certainly, but I will never truly stray from FILM and street photography.
Those are my artistic roots in photography and where I always return to in walkabouts throughout my own neighborhoods -or- wherever I travel.
There is something of practicing and playing an instrument, like shooting often - where I find investing a daily practice of "playing my instrument"/MY CAMERA - not only important, but imperative. I am still on the road of putting in my "10,000 hours" toward mastery. :-)
Here are two street shots I took while photographing a musician, Andrew Duhon, who was in town in Portland recently -and- during a photo concept series with Beth Dodge, downtown Portland. There was a protest going on right next to us as she was posing as "a piece of trash."
So much fun to capture spontaneous, good-looking, compositional moments!
Even sometimes, ON COLOR FILM!
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Street photography is considered as one of the most amazing type of photography. It's actually nice to capture moments that were important for other people. We all have different stories to share and sometimes words are not enough to express and tell other people what we really feel. Pictures, on the other hand, can show the true emotions words can't express. I will always be a firm believer of what pictures can do and what it can make us realize. There are indeed moments in our lives that are worth capturing and sharing to the whole world.
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